Posts By: Megan Morrow
We here at Team Mediasite like to take some time at the end of the year to look back at some of our favorite moments. Here are the highlights of 2016. Keep checking back in the coming days and weeks as we update the list. 1. New Logo! This fall we rolled out an entirely […]
We couldn’t let the season pass without spreading some holiday cheer… Cheers from our crew to you!
More than 300 of our customers attended the 10th annual Unleash Mediasite User Conference in Madison, Wis. (and online via Mediasite) earlier this month, and it was our biggest and best conference to date. Thank you to everyone who joined us for Unleash 2016! We had such a great time learning and connecting with all of […]
Wait, you’ve never heard that one? I recently got the chance to spend the day in Toronto at our very first Ontario Mediasite Users Group Meeting where 25 Mediasite users spent the day learning, networking and having fun. The meeting was hosted by the amazing Ontario Hospital Association in downtown Toronto. The mix of Mediasite […]
Summer vacation is over, and the fall semester is here. We want you and your faculty to start off the year with confidence, so we collected some of our best back to school resources just for you in our Back to School Video Tool Kit. Download the kit to get a jump start on the […]
By Megan Morrow, Sonic Foundry Marketing Campaign Specialist
This week is National Distance Learning Week, a time to celebrate and learn more about education outside of the classroom. I don’t usually write here, but this week got me thinking about how distance and online learning has benefitted me personally. Because I received the opportunity to learn in a less traditional environment I was able to continue studying during critical times in my academic career.
(Photo: Dell employees record a video using My Mediasite by Sonic Foundry. Credit: Lawrence Grafton)
Companies are increasingly engaging employees with video for corporate communications and trainings. They’re fast-tracking their sophisticated enterprise video strategies and putting the power of content creation into the hands of their employees.
It’s easy to picture a traditional classroom — a lecturing professor with rows of students watching, listening and taking notes.
But that age-old model is turning a cartwheel in some of the best classrooms in academia, and chances are someone in your department is already flipping their classroom.
The way the University of Florida addressed lecture capture a decade ago wasn’t uncommon. Each college, department and faculty member had their own system of manually recording and publishing online lectures. Viewing required separate plug-ins for each class. That meant students usually had to review lectures in computer labs instead of their dorm rooms.